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Reviewed 2 October 2016

I had a wonderful stay at the Inn at Hudson. The location was perfect. It is walking distance from the train station and close to the main street of town. The house itself is beautiful. Michael was extremely helpful and offered great restaurant recommendations. I can't recommend this place enough for the perfect getaway.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
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Thank eg78
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Reviewed 4 September 2016

We stayed at the Inn at Hudson for a weekend getaway from the city. It's not a bad drive if you want to have a quiet weekend and the Inn is a must. The owners, Michael and Stefan (hope I spelled that correctly), were so friendly and accommodating. We ended up getting in quite late with traffic on a Friday and received a warm welcome even though the town was dead quiet at that hour. Michael gave us a tour, told us about the history of the Inn, and provided recommendations for food and things to do.

The rooms and decor are stunning, comfortable, and clean and worth all the thousands of pennies it costs to stay there.
The breakfasts in the morning have great variety and are usually pretty private given there are only so many guest rooms available. You also have access to the kitchen and tea area for self-service throughout your stay and bicycles to cruise around town. We had a fantastic time strolling through Hudson, antiquing and dining, and then coming back to such a beautiful B&B. The garden in the back off the solarium is so quiet and pretty my (now) fiance actually proposed back there! Michael came out afterwards and was nice enough to take pictures and pour champagne.

The Inn at Hudson will always be a special place to us now and I highly recommend staying if you're in the area. We can't wait to go back to relive our engagement in such a romantic B&B!

Room Tip: The white room is stunning
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Carly T
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

If you are traveling to Upstate New York, you must visit the Inn at the HUDSON! It is walking distance from the Amtrak Station in Hudson, New York and I was treated like a beautiful queen at the Inn at the Hudson! The management makes you feel right at home and he made me breakfast and dinner for the duration of my stay. Chef Michael Hart created fantastic fritatas, fingerling potatoes, country sausages, and country style bacn for Sunday breakfast!!! If you are looking to get out of the city and come to a fabulous retreat house for relaxation, meditation, and sensation! Come to the Inn at the Hudson! You will love the management and the ambience of the country!

Room Tip: quiet floors and country home feeling
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled on business
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1  Thank Doris T
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Reviewed 7 June 2016

It was a privilege to stay here for the weekend. From the gracious reception to the luxurious and immaculately clean rooms to the gourmet brunch, visitors were made to feel so welcome and appreciated. The Inn itself is a masterpiece of intricate carved wood and tasteful antique pieces. Loved every minute of our stay. ASH and his staff were accommodating, discretely attentive and charming. Our brunches featured excellent coffee, a quiche, organic yogurt, berry compote, house-made granola, focaccia, expertly-prepared bacon, and carrot cake. We had the option to dine in the awe-inspiring dining room or on the terrace overlooking the garden.
The Inn at Hudson is the premiere place to stay in Hudson.

Room Tip: Rooms are accurately represented by the website photos.
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Irene L
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Reviewed 1 June 2016

We stayed for two nights and wish it could have been longer. The whole experience was delightful.

It's worth pointing out the Inn is under new management as of May 2016. I can't speak to how it was in the past, but the new innkeeper and manager could not have been more charming and helpful.

As others have remarked, the building is spectacular and full of character. The garden at front and back are also lovely – irises, peonies and lilacs were in full bloom when we were there.

As for the rooms, we stayed in the Terrace Suite which is enormous, with its own sunny terrace (perfect for early morning coffee) and a private sitting room. Everything is very simply furnished, which allows the architecture take center stage. Everything was spotless. A vase of fresh flowers from the garden was a lovely touch in the room also. The water pressure in the shower – something I really care about – was excellent and the bath products are locally made, organic and smell great.

Coffee and tea are available self-service 24/7. Breakfast with our fellow guests was on the terrace since the weather was good, and was a lavish spread including eggs cooked to order – the real high spot of our stay.

The Inn is in the most interesting historic part of Hudson, great for wandering around and admiring the beautiful old houses. And Warren Street where all the shops, antiques and restaurants are, is one block away, so the location is ideal.

This is a low-key, laid-back kind of place, so those looking for excitement, valet parking or room service will be disappointed – but for a relaxing stat that feels like you're visiting an old English country house, this is the place.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank TintinATL
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